8056Re: Sv: [avant-progressive] Re: 90s vs. 70s.
- Aug 1, 2003On Fri, 2003-08-01 at 03:33, PIERRE TASSONE wrote:
> Well, the reverse side of the medalAHhh, il Rovescio Della Medaglia - but they're a 70's band :-)
Contaminazione is a bit overrated, but I really like La Bibbia.
> how many of you have children listening to a hit of theirs andAhh. don't ask my daughter. She has inherited my taste. She
> not being able to name the musicians on it, the lead singer or
> guitarist or keyman or the track's title?
will go from Britney Spears to Miriodor. She pouted for a
week when I told here I wasn't bringing her to NEARfest
> coming home with a bunch of CDs and a smile in your faceYou raise a very good point here. I came back from NEARfest
> you're a happy guy, look forward to hearing it and maybe
> will end with not listening to some, remotely or distractly
> listening to others,
with a reasonable stash of new music - but I have only listened
to maybe 10% of it, for that reason. Don't want to sample, form
too quick an opinion. Of that stash, a couple have really
grabbed me (the Mr Albert Show in particular). Today I'll probably
break into a couple of others.
Heck, I don't even think I've added any gnosis grades on
any of this stuff. Probably better do that today......
> how many records will you have listened to entirely, withoutBetween paying the bills, working for a living, raising a family,
> falling asleep, without zapping, just you awake and 100% receptive
> to the music with all your analysing capabilities or your complete
> body of emotions?
car repair, home repair, have I mentioned the family :-) - very
So your point is that it wasn't just the musicians that were more
focused back then ? Could be.
Someone said it earlier, I think the sound takes us back to a time
that is recognizable, comfortable. That is probably the case for
me. But you do make some very intriguing points.
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